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John Cage: Works for Two Keyboards Vol. 2: Music for Two - Three Dances

Pestova/Meyer Piano Duo

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Music for Two
John Cage; Xenia Pestova; Pascal Meyer
29:25
Three Dances for prepared Pianos  
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I. -
John Cage; Xenia Pestova; Pascal Meyer
6:18
3
II. -
John Cage; Xenia Pestova; Pascal Meyer
6:34
4
III. -
John Cage; Xenia Pestova; Pascal Meyer
10:10
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    52:27
"These are some of the most inspired performances I've heard of Cage for piano. Pestova/Meyer triumph! Spellbinding!"
- Classical Modern Music

John Cage’s practicality transformed the piano into a full percussion orchestra and a workbench for sonic experimentation. Three Dances is one of his most ambitious works for prepared piano, often involving spectacular virtuosity and exciting wildness of texture and color. Striking the balance which shows Cage’s mastery of form and sensitivity in instrumentation, Music for Two includes bowed piano techniques that create shifting tapestries of subtle expression, making for some of the most exquisite and moving chamber music of the late 20th century. This is the second of a three volume series of Cage's complete works for two keyboards, recorded by Xenia Pestova and Pascal Meyer who have been praised for their sensitivity, clarity, intelligence and exquisite coordination.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at Espace Découverte, Philharmonie Luxembourg, on 18th and 19th December, 2012
Producer: Remy Franck
Engineer: Jarek Frankowski
Editors: Jarek Frankowski and Bastien Gilson
Recording supervisor: David Reiland
Booklet notes: Samuel Vriezen
Publisher: Edition Peters
Cover: Ivansmuk / Dreamstime

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